The Fred Hollows Intraocular Lens Laboratory, a world-class intraocular lens manufacturing facility managed by Nepal Eye Program, Tilgagna Institute of Ophthalmology is currently looking for a proactive and result-oriented candidate for senior-level management position.
Position: Head of FH IOL Lab
No. of Position -1
Reporting to: ED/CEO/COO
Required Qualification, Competencies, and Experience
Qualification: MBNEMBA with B.E./B.Tech. (Mechanical) or equivalent from a reputed university, Fluency in Nepali & English language with excellent IT skills
Experience: At least 10 years experience in management in the multicultural industry including few years in the pharmaceutical or medical device industry in key management positions. Must have a proven background in a managerial role in the corporate and development sector, accompanied with excellent customer service, communication, and organizational skills. Experience in production management, industry, and adaptable nature; managing budgets, schedules, quality, and workflow; meet targets and deadlines.
Skills and competencies: Good interpersonal skills, ability to work under pressure, critical thinking, anticipate challenges, excellent problem-solving skills, proven knowledge of business-finance and operations management, ability to recognize risk/opportunities impacting profitability, meeting the targets/deadline, manufacturing, marketing, and sales plans,
Qualified candidates must submit the cover letter with updated curriculum vitae to email@example.com no later than 5:00 pm, 15 July 2021
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the further selection process. The Tl0 reserves the right to reject any or all applications(s) without stating any reason whatsoever.
Remuneration and benefits will be provided as per Nepal Eye Program employment policy
Nepal Eye Program was officially launched in July 1992 to support the prevention & control of blindness in Nepal and the region. Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO) is the implementing body of the Nepal Eye Program, a not-for-profit, community-based, non-government organization. With an aim to act as a model for treatment, research and training, independent yet working in co-operation with all other eye care centres and organizations in Nepal, the current TIO facility was opened in 1994.
In the early years, working with The Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF), Australia, TIO played a key role to help refine and adapt a practical, safe, and affordable technique of intraocular lens implant for cataract surgery in developing countries. Another key achievement in the early days was the establishment of the country's first eye bank, in conjunction with Tissue Banks International in Baltimore, USA, and Lions International.